Easy sewing, beautiful blouses from the 1940’s that will look lovely on you today! “Misses and women’s blouses with slight lowered armhole. Styles I and II are made with a long, gathered sleeve joined to a wide cuff and in Style I the minute stand-up collar is of contrast. The Flemish type collar in Styles II, III and IV is made in two sections and tapers to nothing at the center back. Large flap patch pockets trim the blouse in Style II and top-stitching travels around the collar, pocket and front closing. Style III is made with a push-up sleeve and a purchased ribbon bow slips under the Flemish collar. In Style IV the sleeve cropped and a self fabric bow trims the collar.”
Pattern: Simplicity 1728 (10 pcs w/instructions, cut, complete)
Envelope: Fair/Fragile: slightly wrinkled, wear & tearing at corners, top flap and sides, age discoloration
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